15 Feb 2021 04:20 AM - last edited on 22 Apr 2021 06:59 AM by MaciejNeumann
Can anyone please advise?
I have set up a cluster ActiveGate (for testing Mobile RUM on internal network) and installed a custom ssl certificate, as documented in the link below.
Configure custom SSL certificate on ActiveGate | Dynatrace Help
The certificate seem to work fine but only for a short time then it reverts to a certificate issue by Dynatrace. The Dynatrace certificate is not trusted therefore cannot use it to test RUM.
Does anyone know how I can resolve this or if there is a workaround?
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You need to opt-out from automatic certificates -
And then go to Cluster Active Gate details page: Deployment status -> Active Gates. Then find you cluster AG, expand row and click configure. At the bottom you should find the option to upload certs:
@Radoslaw S. Thanks for getting back to me. For our case that option is already disabled as our cluster activegate does not have a public IP address. Please see the attached screenshot.
OK. I've updated my response. You need to go to cluster AG and upload cert now.
Once done, if we want to return to auto assign certificate, we just disable the option?
Yes. If you are aksing about the Cluster ActiveGate then, there will be a self-signed certificate on the disabling of "Domain name and SSL certificates management"/or if you are using a public IP address with the load balancer certificate.
If you are not using the public IP address/external DNS certificate then, enabling the "Domain name and SSL certificates management" should bring it back to the Issuer: R3, Let's Encrypt (SSL certificate) instead of the self-signed certificate.